Asus Transformer Book TX300 High-End Ultrabook-Tablet Hybrid

The Asus Transformer Book TX300 is high-end two-in-one computer. The detachable tablet cum ultrabook can provide the versatility and power to accomplish all your tasks with ease and fun. It packs a powerful Intel 3rd generation Core i7 processor with Intel Turbo Boost 2.0 Technology, a multi-touch display, and a fast solid state drive (SSD).

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At first glance you will find this as an 13-inch ultrabook, similar to Asus Zenbook models. But it’s not. It is more like a Samsung Ativ smart PC. The detachable Full HD IPS multi-touch display can turn it into a Windows 8 tablet. The CPU, 4GB DDR3 RAM, and other components are all packed inside the lid of the system. The device has a 128GB solid-state drive in its tablet, and a 500GB hard drive in the keyboard base.

In the dock home, you will find almost all the ports you could possibly want in a laptop. There is a full-size SD card reader, two USB ports, mini-VGA and a DisplayPort. The only thing missing is a HDMI port.

Asus Transformer Book comes with B&O ICEpower audio system with SonicMaster technology that delivers outstanding cinematic sound quality. Asus has equipped this device with a front facing 720p HD camera and a rear-facing 5-megapixel camera. Asus has also put double battery in its Transformer Book, with one battery in the tablet, which powered up to 8 hours, and a second one in the base, which can live up to 5 hours . With two hard drives and two batteries, the laptop-tablet hybrid weighs a whopping 5.3 pounds and measures 13.3″ x 9.4″ x 1″ (W x D x H).

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This Asus Transformer Book TX300 is currently available for purchase with a price tag between $1441.33 to $1459.57. You can directly order this tablet-ultrabook hybrid from Amazon’s online store.


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  1. Tsais

    Nice concept, especially sporting both SSD and HDD.

    But why bother introducing this with an old CPU, with the imminent June Haswell introduction?

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